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  • Audio CD: 8 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Unabridged edition (Oct. 13 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 074359956X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743599566
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 13.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,046,809 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By TeensReadToo on Nov. 6 2009
Format: Hardcover
Nora Grey isn't your typical high school student in the sense that she spends a lot of time on her own and yet concentrates on her studies and has her head on straight. She is that good girl that doesn't want any trouble and, slightly reminding me of Rory from my beloved Gilmore Girls in the "has her sights set on Yale and nothing will stand in her way" attitude (and yes, I know Rory was Harvard-bound, but you get where I'm going). But trouble seems to find her in the form of that mysteriously gorgeous bad boy, Patch.

And Patch...how can I describe Patch without turning into a puddle of mush? Well, he's trouble, plain and simple. But he's that good kind of trouble that just about anyone with the XX chromosome is attracted to. He's got the sarcasm down to an art and there's also the fact there's something about him that's not quite right.

Becca Fitzpatrick has done a beautiful job with not only the characters in HUSH, HUSH, but also the imagery is phenomenal. There are moments when she describes the scenery and it feels as if you are walking through places they frequented. And yet even in what should be the most innocent of events, there seemed to be this undertone that something dangerous was near.

And one thing that makes me over the moon is the fact that every character serves a purpose. There's not all these extra characters thrown in there along the way, with no explanation of why. I like that. The only thing about the entire story that got me was Vee, but just a little. I found Vee to be one of those friends that you have to take care of and keep an eye on like you do a child. A bit reckless and self-absorbed, but she still plays her role.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AEL on Jan. 19 2012
Format: Hardcover
I don't know if its because i'm 25 and just to old for teen reads,or what, but this book really felt like it was missing something. The relationship between Nora and Patch just wasn't solid enough for me. The ended was complete crap. I felt like I was watching scary movie. It just lacked something. The reason I give it 3 stars is because I did enjoy reading it at times. and because Vee (Nora's best friend) was pretty funny. I laughed out loud in the break room. Really embarrassing. I also felt like a loser telling people i'm reading a book called hush, hush. It sounds like a cheesy soft porn novel with Fabio on the cover.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Megan on Oct. 12 2012
Format: Hardcover
I'll come right out and say it. I didn't love this book. I went in having read amazing reviews of it, but it fell short for me. Here's why:

1. Patch - I think I lack that female gene that makes me attracted to bad boys. Well, that's not exactly true, but I definitely wasn't a Patch fan. I guess I like my bad boys a little more "I'll stop at nothing to achieve my goals, then torture you for fun, all while looking amazingly hot in a suit" and a little less sexual harrassment-y. So what if he has a motorbike? Also, I really couldn't get my mind around his name. You have a so-called sexy male lead with strange abilities and you can name him anything, but you name him Patch? Seriously? Patch is a dog's name. Or maybe a clown.

2. Vee Sky - Vee is the main character Nora's best friend. Without giving too much away, she has got to be one of the densest side kicks/best friends ever. Combine that with the other, super annoying crap she does and I have no idea why Nora even wastes her time. But at least she's always willing to loan Nora her car.

3. Lack of parental involvement - Maybe this is just because I have a great relationship with my parents, but why didn't Nora tell her mom anything? Seriously, your parents are there to help. If I had been Nora, I definitely would have told my mom the various things that happened and probably would have ended up with a restraining order and some serious medication.

Now that I have my rant out of the way, let me say I didn't hate this book either. Becca Fitzpatrick has a great voice and, despite my various issues with the story, I was definitely driven to finish it and see what happened to Nora in the end.
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This book is ridiculously bad. The motivations of the characters are completely off kilter. They make crazy statements and assumptions and then act in contradictory ways. The main character Nora consistently feels threatened and stalked and yet constantly puts herself in incredibly dangerous situations with the most contrived justifications. Her best friend Vee is a total idiot and a bad friend who talks over her so called best friend all the time and repeatedly puts her and her friend in dangerous situations with no charisma at all. The "hero" male lead Patch is violent and creepy, supposedly sexy and Nora is insanely attracted to him but not once does he do or say anything that justifies this attraction, beyond his physical appearance. Nora's attraction to him rings false and feels forced and unnatural. I really tried to give this book the benefit of the doubt and to remember how blindly teenagers plunge into love and danger but even with that in mind I just couldn't hack this book. Every page was met with a snort of derision. Not worth reading.
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